Barack and Michelle Obama at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation's Phoenix Awards in September 2016. Image by: Getty
"That's my boo. Mom jeans and all."
If you're eyes are still a little moist after Barack Obama's farewell address, let Michelle Obama dry those tears.
The FLOTUS appeared on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon for her last appearance as First Lady, and took part in Fallon's hilarious "Thank You Notes" skit. Our fave part? When she penned a letter to her "silver fox" Barack.
Perhaps she has a future in broadcast? "I like this side of the desk," she joked to Fallon, who looked legit worried. (As he should be.)
Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone. Image by: Getty
Ellen DeGeneres and Ryan Gosling's mutual affection knows no bounds. (Remember in 2011 when the cool AF actor actually wore a onesie on her show because he's so committed to her.) But could they actually have better chemistry than him and Emma Stone?
The proof may be in found in this spoof video from The Ellen DeGeneres show with the comedian claiming she was his original co-star in La La Land.
Gosling update #2: ICYMI, his dance moves weren't always so suave. British journalist Graham Norton joyfully humiliated the actor on his talk show when he aired a video of pre-teen Ryan's performance in a made-in-Canada dance competition.
Kate Middleton wasn't holding back on the real talk on her first public appearance of 2017.
Visiting a treatment centre for parents with personality disorders, the Duchess of Cambridge was overheard telling one of the women receiving help:
"Parenting is tough," she said. "And with the experiences you've all witnessed, to do that on top of your own anxieties, and the lack of support you also received as mothers... I find it extraordinary how you've managed actually."
She also mentioned elsewhere that before arriving at the centre she'd just left "a room of six under threes" which we're taking to mean Princess Charlotte had the crew over for brunch and a marathon of Paw Patrol.
PS. That's a brand new Eponine coat K. Middy's wearing, FYI, which can be yours for around $2500 CAD.
A shot from Puma's Swan Pack collection
The activewear brand tapped New York City Ballet dancers to front its latest collection.
Puma's newest collection, called Swan Pack, takes inspiration from Swan Lake. The streetwise athletic looks are rendered in a black and white colour palette, the running shoes feature iridescent details and there's even a workout cape adorned with feathers. The brand worked with dancers from the New York City Ballet, who modelled the pieces in the shots. The images feature models lacing up their pointe shoes in a rehearsal room, performing on-stage and waiting in the wings. Relive your kiddie ballet days with a scroll through the campaign below. The collection hits stores on February 1st.